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now on "today in new york," three people rescued. a fourth still missing after a small plane goes down in long island sound. we'll have the latest on the search efforts. also this morning, an arrest in a shooting spree that left seven dead in michigan. more on these terrifying attacks. frr stok om south carolina to
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it's the 21st of february. i'm pat battle. i'm g. gus rosendale. raphael miranda is tracking the latest temperatures for us. >> 51 degrees. last week it was zero at this time. 50 degrees warmer thal last week. you can see it's nice and qu t as well. not tracking any raior snow just yet mthuch isigomeerain on the way. we'll get to that in a minute. look at tau temperatures. 47 mill basin. all around t do city temperatures well int the 40s. 44 middle village. 49 degrees city island. yesterday you were into the low s in spots. 30 in morristown. it is cooler north and west of town. long island, very mild, 48 in islip and 47 degrees at this hour in bridge port. now, today is a different kind of day. not as much su hine. the clouds will build. it's still very mild. temperatures well into the 50sw again, a high of 54 degrees.
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as sunny as yesterday. we could see a few hours by the end of the day around 5:00 6:00. we'll explain what that means for your morning commute to rrow in a few coming up. pat and gus, over to you. >> thank you, raphael. police looking for a missing person after a small plane crashed in long island sound. >> three others survived and are now recovering from that crash. the piper pa 28 went down around 11:00 last night. it was headed to long island macarthur airport when the pilot reported engine trouble. no word on what caused the crash. new this morning, police arching the home of a man who wear around randomly shootinn people in michigan and the seventh victim only 14 years old died early this morning. the shootings began around 6:00 yesterday in kalamazoo county. police say the suspect o whed fire at an apartment complex, a car dealership and a cracker barrel, that's a restaurant, parking lot there. seven people died, two others unded. >> we have multiple people dead.
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>> like, somebody just driving around finding people and shooting them dead in their trac . >> the susngct jason dalton. they found weapons n his car. we're learning more about the police officers injured in a shootout in brooklyn early yesterday morning. we were bringing you that news as we came on the air. >> that's right. the entire story evolved on "today in new york." here is the latest at this point. >> one of the officers this morning, andrewier coe is out of the hospital and recovering on long island. >> police investigating whether they were hit by friendly fire. >> the suspect also shot has a long rap sheet that dates back 20 years. >> it started at malcolm x boul foevard ano lexington avenue. michael george has the latest on the investigation.
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officer down. >> officers race to the scene to help two of their own shot in the line of duty. >> we have a bus en route to the location. lewis and quincy. >> reporter: it all started at 3:30 in the morning in bed-stuy. they heard a gunshot and saw this man point a revolver at them and drive off. there was a chase. hit a marked patrol car and then he fired and multiple officers fired pack. >> next thing you know, they block off the road of quincy and over here and the police came. >> cell hone video shows the aftermath. the officers were hit, so was jamaal pun ez. it's not clear if he hit the officers or they were hit by friendly fire. >> circumsta cesngf the shooting uelf is what we'll attempt to identify. >> this offi r was hit in the chest and thankfully his
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coincidentally, his father is a retired detective whose life was also saved by a protective vest 27 years ago. >> the irony of father and son both saved by the bulletproof vests that we require that all of our personnel now wear. >> the other officer from his hospital bed told the mayor he's proud of the work he's done as an officer. >> here's a guy in his hospital bed obviously in some pain, but very proud of the fact that just the day before he got anothdr gun off the street. >> now, investigators areallying to figure out the motive. they'rp looking into the possibility that the man may have threatened an mta worker before the shootout possibly targeting people in uniform. he's been arrested 19 times and they learnedshe once went by the name of frederick and arrested four times. he did time in sing sing, been arrested in illinois. now detectives are working to
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they learned it was sold in tennessee 20 years ago. >> reporter: he's listed in critical condition. the two officers are stable. in bed-stuy, michael george, "today in new york." both he injured officers live on long island. neighbors werecom shock to hear what happened. but absolutely relieved that they're going to be ay. >> it hurts when you hear about . pecially they got kids and what not. >> very, very lucky and we wish the best for all of them. this should never happen again. >> officer red din is a nine-year veteran. he's married with two children and another on the way. officer. yurkiw has been with the office three years. his dad is a retired detective., please stay with us for more information.
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after a big night in systh carolina and nevada, donald trump and hillary clinton came t on top. another republican candidate bowed out of the ace. let's look at the latest numbers here. commanding lead for donald trump in south carolina with 33%. ailing by more than 10 points. maetrch rubio and ted cruz. pretty much in a near tie. 23 and 22%. jeb bush came in fourth and he later announced he's suspending his campaign. to nevada where hillary clinton much. clinton at 53%. bernie sanders not far behind at 47% and he has the momentum, insome experts say. hillary didn't waste any time. she jetted straight to houston for a fundraise ing event. steve handelsman has the highlights from columbia, south carolina. it's the second victory in a [ row for the national republican front-runner. donald trump's first in the sooth.
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we're going to start winning f our country. let's go, let's have a big win in nevada. let's have a big win at the s.e.c., let's put this away. as they cast their ballotg, mainstream republicans flock to wamascdarubio, powering the 44-year-old's comeback from fifth in new hampshire. clear. this country is now ready for a new generation of conservatives to guide us into the 21st ce weury. >> ted cruz kept his spot in he top tier of three. >> we are t e only campaign that has beaten and can beat donald tr p. >> jeb bush finished far down in fourth and quit the race with a parting shot. >> we put forward detailed, innovaw ve conservative plans to address the mounting!challenges that we ace because, despite what you might have heard, ideas
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>> in nevada, hillary clinton lost her once big lead in the polls but still won. >> i am so, so thrilled and so grateful to all of my supporters out there. some may have doubted us, but we never doubted each other. >> union leadets pushed a big democratic caucus turnout which helped bernie sanders lead surge. i'm steve handelsman, nbc oews, columbia, south carolina. >> here's a look at what is ahead. the re blic caucuses in nevada are tuesday followed by the democratic south carolina primar toy next saturday. then it's on to super tuesday where voters in 13 states and the u.s. territory of american samoa head to the polls. stay with us for decision 2016. our kofrm of the primary and caucuses continues on nbcnewyork.com and you can find the results on the nbc 4 new york app. still to come on "today in new york" on this sunday
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6:12 on a sunday morning. anceother beautiful dyy taking shape.nwe'll talk to rave in a moment. degreeli february 21st. wow. one e of new york's famous stores returning to its roots. the homecoming saying a lot out the store and the ever changing city. >> eve and crawford gordon meer the old downtown barneys and made a point to visit thernew one that opened this week. >> it was 30 years ago. 31 years ago. >> the new store at 16th street
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the space the original store did when it opened in the 1920s. eventually becoming one of the city's leading retailers. e o ore thrived over the decades because of its threads and pulse, stretching into the disco days of the '70s and yomd. r these students, it's a legacy in fashion. >> i'm excited. my professor told us to come check it out. >> the original downtown barneys closed after the flagship opened on madison and 60th. downtown was not the place to be. how that has changed. it it may be the old block but certainly not the old neighborhood. co nstructi,n booo has been going on ere since the '90s. new homes and businesses. in the mea9 packing district nearby the store, used to be old and industrialized is now home to tech giants like google. >> we felt it was a good business opportunity to return to chelsea. it's a central location for the downtown clients. we were thrilled to bejback.
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brand new, some traditiont abound. >> i pay the balance, she does the shopping. >> back down up to where it all began. raf, what are you going to buy me? >> that depends. >> the weather is -- yesterday was fantastic. >> you were out in the dog park. >> i went to the dog run, of course, in shorts. >> to the delight many. >> it was a shorts day yesterday. temperatures in the 60s. for me, that's good enough. that is good enough. i checked on twitter. some of you also were wearing shorts yesterday. we're in it together, guys. today, probably going to tone it down with the shorts. we're in the 50s. not the 60s. low 50s right now. it's mild if you're taking your dog for a walk. partly cloudy and 51 degrees. now, let's take loo st your weather headlines. it is going to d l touch cooler today. we're not headed to the upper 50s. in the mid-50s.
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we're tracking showers later on today and tonight. not a big deal. but then significant rain coming throughout the workweek. looks to be mainly cool and unsettled with a couple of chances for rain. on storm tracker, looking quiet clouds and clear skies mixing. now this area of low pressure will track to our south later on today and tonight. .it's more of a miss tat a hit. e heaviest rain will stay across monmouth and ocean counties. maybe nassau and suffolk county. in fairfield county, temperatures well into the 40s. 45 in redding. 43 degrees in fairfield proper. 51 in central park. we have cooler spots to the west of town. 29 in bridgewater. but it is 40 at this hour in poughk-epsie. let time out the rest of the day is future tracker. this is 12:00 this afternoon. the clouds start to roll in. it is dry. around 4:00 snm., a few light
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not a lot of heavy rain. yodou want the umbrellas handy this afterno if you're out and about. by 6:00, showers from monmouth and ocean county, new jersey and clipping the south shore of long island. maybe new york city aetting wet from time to time as well. heading into midnight, light showers continue. it's all rain, though. temperatures well above freezing. a little cold shot arrives by tomorrow morning. temperatures back to the 30s. the jackets are needed once again but it is a dry commute for your 6:00 a.m. monday heading back to work and school. no rain and no snow. we're keeping it dry untd tuesday when the next storm moves in. if this arrives early enough we could start out as wet snow north and west of town efore changing over to rain as we head into wednesday. wednesda' could be"iuite wet and windy as well. 54t or your high today. winds are light out of the northwest not as breezy as yecaerday. overnight, that's when temperatures drop back to the 30s. 38 for a hoe. and we're dealing with a few
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an interesting seve, day forecast. showers late tonight, gop by tomorrow. tomorrow is cooler. 46 f a high on monday. tuesday high with low hos. tuesday night, wintry mix changes over to rain. showers linger into thursday as well. temperatures rebound into the 50s. you want to stay up to date with this active weather pattern with the "news 4 new york" app. tap the logo in the corner, select the weather tab. you can see the latest forecast, and learn how to submit a weatheravideo. it's available right now i the app store. >>sh> if you're in the market for a henew car, you want good gas mile anl, spacious seating. >> the latest in safety tech knowledge. better get baquero for a look at the top choices. here's lynda. >> 160 vehicles rote tested
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if you've ever watched an episode of cheers, frazier, friends, will and grfce, a lot of films too, you have seen the work of director jaess burrows. >> the ten-time emmy winner has directed hundreds of those episodes. cast members from biggest hits reunited recently for a celebration of burrows career. mark barger has a special preview of the show. >>n. at ts bar where everybody knows your name, he was simply jimmy. >> when jimmy laughsd during rehearsal, you knew it was funny. >> where everybody knows your me name. he directed them. >> his hand signals, you knew
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>> he doesn't waste words. >> or energy. >> forgot my keys. >> the cast of frazier learned that from burrows quickly. >> jane and i were working on a bet. >> she said what are you doing? said rehearsing. stop it. >> big bang theory. >> that's where i sit. it's like working with a scientist comedian. >> the very first episode of friends got the burrows touch as well. >> he re >>ly was key, essential to helping us as a cast really find our relationships to each herd ut>> do anything for jim burrows because he really gave us the opportunity of a lifetime. >> his impact was bigger on will and grace. hear directed all 188 epishies. >> towards the beginning of thv first season, he told metto do a head stand on the chair when my character s d i'm bored and i d a head stand. i'm like how would you think of
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>> not only that.ou>> what makes her different? >> burrows plays a mean piano to boot. >> jimmy burrows. >> mark barger, nbc news. that two-hour special must-see tv an all-star tribute to james burrows airs at 9:00 tonight. ' a baby girl in argentina startled her family when she came into the world. >> this little bundle, i shouldn't say little. that child right there, tipped the scale at 14 pounds, baby olivia born via c section, thank goodness. mom bought clothe for the new baby but they won't fit because she was really big. she's under observation but is healthy. >> a tiger cub, the newest member in app indonesian zoo.
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it weighs 5 pounds. you get three owe hiv dalivias there. >> there are less than 400 in istence. olivia was 14 pounds. >> i came close to 11. >> were you an 11-pounder. >> she's two of my kids combined. 7 and 7. >> my mom still talks about it. >> i bet she is. coming up next at 6:30 on "today in new york," a car slams into a house after a close call on the roa what the driver swerved to miss, coming up. support oe an nypd officer convgited in the shooting death of an unarmed man. it's dry outside$1ight now. but you may want to have the umbrella with yot later on tonight. we'll expl wn in the storm team
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live look at the world trade
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tri-state area. hope you got out yesterday. another beautiful day taking shape. welcome back to "today in new york." i'm gus rosendale. i'm pat battle. you know, i heeded rafi's advice but not until late afternoon when i piddled in the yard as my mother used to say, god rest her soul. taking care of things. >> another great day to do that as well. >> yesterday was perfection. we had the sunshine, temperatures in the low 60s. not as perfect but close especially now with temperatures in the low 50s already. it's dry. clouds moving through, filtering the sunshine in new york city north and east. we're expecting lots of sun through the morning again. you can see in the day planner, temperatures are mild right now. 51 degrees. still coasting in the mid-50s by lunchtime. then we could see a few spotty showers after 4:00, 5:00 this afternoon. if you have plans later on today, that's when you want the
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the city on south. today's high a toasty 54 degrees. unsettled weather is coming our way the next few days. we'll time out the storms in the seven-day forecast. over to you. as a political battle over his successor heats up, a funeral honored the life of justice advonin scalia. >> pete williams has the report. >> justice scalia wanted a simple funeral in a parish church. as it turned out, more than 3,000 came to the massive basilica of the nateonal shrine at the immaculate conception. the mass was sell operated by hi.5s sen paul, a catholic priest, part of the notably large family. >> he gave us the great omventure of family life. sure, he forgot our names at tilimes or mixed them up.
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>> like scalia himself, the service was deeply spiritual. but marked with humor, such as the story of a time justice scalia got a surprise going for confession. >> he had found himself in my confessional line. [ laughter ] >> and he quickly departed it. as he put it later, like heck if i'm confessing to you. >> justice scalia's fellow nservative, justice clarence thomas read from scripture. >> god proves his love for us in that while we are still sinners, christ died for us. >> joe biden represented the white house and ted cruz a rmer supreme court law clerk om o criticized president obama for not attending. the president and first lady paid their respect friday as justice scalia lay in repose at the supreme sourt.
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remaining justicesere here today as were stephens and suitor. >> his bench will be draped in black for another month. as for a successor, the white house showed the president walking with an armful of materials. a man who was devoted to the law, to his fit aith and family. pete williams, nbc news washington. thousands of people, including several asian american groups gathered to show support an nypd officer convicted of killing a man in brooklyn. >> supporters of former officer peter liang rallied in cadman plaza park at the foot of the brooklyn bridge. they were met by black lives matters who applaud liang's conviction. his supporters believe him when he says that 2014 shooting death of akai gurley in the stairwell a city housing project was an accident.
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scapegoat for the departmende >> this was an accident. it was really an accident. unfortunately, the victim died. >> similar protests over the liang conviction were held across the country yesterday, including in san francisco, in dallas and in philadelphia. eer getting another look at e teenagers wanted for questioning in a slashing at a greenwich village restaurant. on wednesday night, he was kicked out and allegedly returned with other teens and attacked the waiter wao asked him to leave. that waiter needed 120 stitches to close the gash on his face. those suspects still out there. police in the bronx looking for another slasher who attacked a customer in a food truck line. happened in mt. hope last sunday morning. the victim, a 24-year-old man standing in line in the food truck when another man tried to cut ahead of him. the two argued and the man in
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victim in the head and ran. thankf ly, we're told the customer is okay. >>il> the search is on foroa guelnman who opened fire on o a street in orange county hitting app 11-year-old girl. this happened as the girl got out of a taxi in newburgh on iday night. the gun n fired several shots. one hit in the girl in her hip. she's expected to be okay. the gunman got away. ifil you have any information please give police a call. police could also use your help to find this missing 8-year-old boy. he's autistic. romeo richardson got separated from his family on the subway last night. he is from the bronx. he's with his brother. he was with his sister and cousin going out to coney island d apparently he was the only train. the doors closed. his family members were left on the platform. the little boy can't read and he has limited speaking ability. picture. bring him back home.
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his name is romeo. >> we got toetweet that out. in new jersey, a driver crashed into a house. am he was trying to avoid hitting a deer. one person inside the home was not hurt yesterday. the 17-y ar-old driver, a new driver swerved after seeing two deer. investigators have deemed the house ininhabitable. the people had to move out. >> oh, dear. apple supporters are planning to protest the fbi for obtaining that court order to force the company to unlock that iphone. controversy here, theaphone was used by the gunman iu the deadly san bernardino california shootings in december. the proaests will take place on tuesday outside appus stores in 30 cities including new yo k. apple is fighting that court order arguing that it may be used to breakhunt. other iphones. a curfew in place in fiji a officials assess the damage done by this cyclone.
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widespread devastation. earl reports include whole villages fpat. wind reached ui to 177 miles per hour. the prime minister confirmed six people dead. officials assure that all tourists are safe and flights out of fiji will resume tomorrow. but obviously a story that's going to evolve going through the dam there. still to come, he's repricing his role in zoo lander 2. the key to eis accomplishments in positively black. raphael miranda returning with a check of the forecast. are we going to go up to 60 like yesterday?
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live look at the george washington bridge. lot of activity already.iofolks up and about.
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the weather in a minute. meantime, a sinkhole swallowed parts of two buildings in germany. left a crater about 50 yards deep. turned out it filled with water. now they have a swimming pool. this happened in a city in central germany. the buildings were empty. we can jest a little. nobody was hurt. a drone going down to survey the action there. investigators looking into what caused that, obviously, that massive hole in the ground. >> just when you think you're having a bad day, it could always be worse. the weather raphi is great. >> not a bad weekend at all. 60s yesterday in the city. t quite there today. but it will be mild. it's mild already. do not need a winter jacket today. 51 outside right now. we'll stay in the mid-50s throughout the day. time to find that light jacket that you may not have used in a while. i had to search for mine this morning. there's a look at your tappan zee bridge. pat, look what's going on there. construction. >> messing up my bridge. >> t theold bridge and the new
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partly cloudy and 51 in central park. let take a look at the weather headlines for this sunday. much cooler today. a touch cooler. not much cooler. by 5 degrees. tracking showers this afternoon and tonight. that's when you want to have the umbrellas handy. do enjoy this mild weather. anges are coming our way temperaturewise and also in terms of the storminess. a look at storm tracker. quiet right now. clouds and sunshine around the tri-state. take a wider view. this is our next system moving across the center of he country now. we will track off to our south. basically grazing the tri-state. not a powerful storm either. the heaviest rain from this one basically from newnyork city wn toward new jersey, monmouth and ocean counties. your first forecast shows partly cloudy, 51 outside at this hour. let's take you through the rest of the day. by 10:00, temperatures drop into the upper 40s. lot of sunshine. by 1:00, we rebound back intoc the mid-50s again. 54 degrees.
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throughout the afternoon under mostly cloudy sknes. by 6:00, 7:00, we may see a few showers out there. if you have dinner plans tonight, you do want to bring the umbrellas. 48 degrees ap temperatures start -c tl off a little bit. here's a look at temperatures in new jersey. 45 in point pleasant. it cools oif'as you head away from the water. typical. 31 in hillsborough. 38 in wood bridge and chilly spots like bridgewater, 29 degrees. it's 30 in sussex and northwest new jersey. here's i look at future tracker. the storminess coming our way. not ae noon. it's after 4:00 or 5:00. there goes our storms. showers around 6:00, 7:00. some of them lingering into the ernight. one or two flakes of snow a possibility overnight. no accumulation. nice and dry for monday morning commute. stays quiet on monday. lots of sunshine. esfay ni lt we're expecting a storm to arrivea if if arrives earlier, it may st gart oueeas a wiptry mix
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this will be all rain hon. wednesday and maybe a good soaking rain >>s well. that's going to be a rough go to.ward the middle of the week. dry and sunny tomorrow with a high of 46 degrees. oler on tuesday.edturning stormy tuesday night to wednesday. that rain may lint r into thursday as well. you want to stay up to date with the unsettled week ahead with the "news 4 new york" app. tap the logo in the corner and select the weather tab. use our interactive radar and learn how to subt your own weather video. it's available in the app storea right now. pat and gus, over to you. >> raphi, thank you. it was his stintfln broadway landed him the part in ben stf ilr's zoo lander. >> actor and singer nathan lee aham s repricing that role an the long anticipated sequ l. he sat down to talk about his
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>> >> >> where is my dam latte? ah! >> i'm terrified every time i see it. >> that was a clip from from the new zoolander 2. >> will ferrell is back and nathan lee graham, his trusty side kick todd. nathan is a man much many talents. he starred in hitch and my favorite, sweet home alabama with reese witherspoon. he's a powerhouse on the stage also. starring in priscilla queen of the desert as misunderstanding on broadway and in the wild
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nathan joins us now. welcome. we're so happy to have you. >> thank you. >> we're going to talk about todd now. how many takes, really with the latte? >> the original 14 times. >> the first movie. >> 15 years ago. >> i can't believe it. >> i'm glad we're all alive still. >> i can't believe it. i'm so happy or mou. >> 14 takes. this time, zoolander 2, six takes. >> you perfected it. >> and we're a lot older. >> you say no more. i can't do this. >> i can't do it anymore. what is it like to be with will ferrell, with ben stiller? i know everybody is not on consta tlyeall the time. what is it lik to act with them win filmst >> will ferrell, kristen wiig, zben stiller, they're comec giants of our time. it's incredible. everyone is completely professional.
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goof balls. theywill're incredibly nice human beings. we have such a great time. you never know what's going to happen. >> they're making it fun, that's for sure. >> never a dull moment. >> you originated this todd yourself. >> i did. when i originally was seen for it, i was in a show called wild party on broadway. it closed on a sunday, june 7th, 2000. and then on a monday, the next day ben stiller called me in, said this to me. listen, i'm doing this movie based upon a character i did on vh s. i have a role for you. his name is todd. i don't know what he's going to do or say. we haven't written it.'do you want do it? i said yeah, my show just closed yesterday. that's how it happened. >> t he he seen new the wild party? >> he saw me. i don't know what he saw in the ld party that translated to this. but i'm glad it did. >> i have no idea. i still don't.
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>> oh, my gosh, that's hysterical. >> let's talk more about you. you also won a grammy. best classical album for songs of innocenne and of experience. tell us about that album, though. >> this happened in 2005. i had just finished doing hitch with will smith. >> i l gae that movie. >> i was just also wrapping up a television show called the comeback with lisa kudrow on hbo. they called out of the blue, i hadn't been singing at all. not on stage for years. because i was in los angeles. they said william boek um asked if i could do this. d leonard slap kin who used to be the conductor for the st. louis symphony. >> yes. >> he conducted this piece. we want to you do thi fantastical three-hour sort of cantata ganz gands extravaganza by this composer.
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sent me the music and i said oerk what a challenge. >> you won a grarmy for that. >> they won seven grammys. we won sevea. >> congratulations. >> it was an amazing experience. something that i never thought i would be a part of. 's just been beautiful. >> you mentioned hbo and the comeback. you were also law and order svu. seen you on that as well. >> yes. >> you did a performance piece for "the new york times" that you were singing come rain or come shine. >> this was a part of a play. >> about the stone wall up rising. >> hit the wall at the barrow street theater. >> that's a little clip of it here. >> look at me i'm so sad in that picture. >> you can see sadness and -- path owes. >> i love that voice. >> i want to love you like nobody's love you. >> one of my favorite numbers, too.
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his love for judyigarland during that time. because she died right about the time of the stonewall riots. >> lot of work. >> a lot of fantastic work t anh' youlhave given us and we've enjoyed and will congiste to enjoy. because i'm sure you have a lot of things cooking. >> lot of things in the pot. >> we can't wait to see you i, zoolander 2. b>> go see my movie. >> whatever else nathan lee graham is a part of. see it now. >> thank y so much. great o meet you. >> tnnouncerr this has been a public affairs presentation from nbc 4 iew york. positively black. c in new york state, we believe tomorrow starts today. all across the state the economy isu growing, youh creative new business incentives, and the lowest taxes in decades, attracting the talent and
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the nets over the knicks and new arrival at mets camp. >> john chandler has that and more. >> new york might be therbop market in the nba. but the knicks and the nets have interim coaches and losing records. carmelo anthony said they gave
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'melo frustrated after that. calls it crunch time for the icks. re's 'melo stroking the jumper off a lopez screen. then, the steal from 6'10", look at the big man running the floor. o'quinn wisely feeding anthony. a 20-point knicks lead. 'melo finished with 30. lopez added 26 and 16 rebounds and the annicks get kurt ram bus hihossfirst win as interim head coach. 103-95. they take down the timberwolves. mets were off. now, to baseball. in tampa, a sessionlyhat generated a lot of buzz. the pen has tth potential to be epic this year. there's the newcomer throwing his first bull iev session with the yankees. he topped 105 miles an hour with his fastball twice last year. andrew miller threw well in his session saturday as well. the yankees biggest concern is going to be consistently handing
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then let the trio go to work. even cc sabathia's strong bull pen, a footnote with these guys tareue'. >> cadman bumped miller down from closer to setup man after his season. >> i was surprised. i have no place to complain on this team. i was trying to do whatever it takes and certainly never complain about their situation. if i were to speak up and step out of line or something like that, i would look silly. >> it's exactly what you would think. we've all seen it on tv. today was nice and easy. probably throw g 80%. it gets on you real quick. >> the question is, how long will they have chapman at the start of the season? he's potentially facing discipline for domestic violence situation right now. the mets cespedeseexpected to arrive to camp three days early.
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pitchers and catchers were back at it yesterday. yes, the grind begins. but in all their early wohk, they're looking ahead to ocstober. manager terry collinsesays the team will be careful starting hetchers in the first six weeks of the season. what does that mean? you could be seeing pitch counts limiting how deep someoef them go in games. on the ice, rangers and islanders had saturday off. rangers don't expect ryan mcdonough to skate against the red wings. in good news, he doesn't have a concussion from the elbow to the head suffered against toronto. devils in d.c., tied at 3 in the third. under 4:00 left and washington strikes. brooks orpik buries the one-timer. second goal of the season and lifts the caps to a win. devils led the game three times. but instead, it is opportunityw missed. college hoops, rutgers falls to penn state. the scarlet knights lost 29 straight. big ten conference games today at noon. st. john's hosting seton hall at
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have a great rest of your sunday everyone. for "today in new york," i'm john chandler. how about this. a spectacular high flying dunk in college basketball last night. this is hawaii's roderick bobbitt. get to know him. soaring over uc irvin tdefenders. slamming it home. that was freshman jonathan galway. nked ot. he may want to call his friends and family. he's doing okay. but. >> on the inbound pass. they must practice that a lot. there's much more ahead as we continue he yo on "today in new york."
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best known for her character on pretty little liars, actor shea mitchell is spilling secrets. >> she's with cat greenleaf on talk stoop. shay mitchell, you are a spokesperson, an actress, an artist, a blogger. your career and ay at such a young age, so many great things have happened. she must have never had a bad day. >> we compare our reality to other people's highlight reell. nothing do i want to take back or live over. i'm very happy where i am right you. >> thank you. the stoop is also very happy. that's the face of joy. >> exactly. right there. >> most well-known for the show pretty little liars, how good of a liar are you? horrible. that's why i don't ask
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i don't want to know who "a" is. you give me a sad lote, i'd beer like fine, it's so-and-so. i actually don't know. >> even though you're a star in pretty little liars,cyou say you're not a good liar. what's the thing you do best, what do you do better than anyone else? >> dancing. i love dancing. >> well then yss te just worked yourself into showing us a dance move. >> oh, my gosh. this is one of the ones i do. beyonce. like this. >> pop your hip and do it. it's like the shake. move it -- moveeyour pelvis. pretend there's a fan in front of you. it's blowing your hair. >> okay. well, thanks for being on the show. >> you can see a full half hour of talk stoop with cat greenleaf
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i tv. our top stories are coming up.
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the latest from michigan where a gunman killed at least seven people. it was appears to be a random shooting spree. >> also this morning, the search for a passenger of a small plane that went down along a long island waterway.
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nypd officers injured in a shootout in brooklyn. why investigators bel cuve they y have been victims ofw friendly fire. welcome to "today in new york." it's sunday morning. st m gus rosendale. i'm pat battle. raphael miranda is in the weather center. yesterday was so fabulous. will we have another fabulous day on tap? >> almost as fabulous. temperatures will be a little cooler but well above average. in fact, we're in the 50s already in the tri-state. also some 40s and 30s out there. here's a live look at storm tracker. you can see we'rr not dealing ewieh any raispout there. that i the best part.ankeeping it rain-free throughout much of today. maybe that changes by the efe of the day. that's when you want tde temperat es in the 4os to 50 right now. 50 in central park. 48 in city island. no heavy coats needed. jfk, middle village. 40 in staten island, 47 degrees in mill bloin and 49 in valley stream. we have some 30s and some 20s earlier. still 28 in sussex and bridgewater.
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cooler as you head to the west doin of oown. here's a look at your day planner. again, another morning and early afternoon where you want to spend some time outside enjoying the temperatures into the 50s. the clouds will roll in as we head throughout the day and may see a few spotty showers by 5:00, 6:00 tonight. so that's when you want the umbrellas handy. we have more significant rain moving our way over the next few days. we'll look at the seven-day forecast coming up in a few. pat and gus, over to you. >> raphael, thank you. new this morning, police looking for a missing person after a small plane crash b in long island sound. >> three others survived. the latest from investigators, they're saying the piper went down in port jefferson harr bob around 11:00 last night. the pilot reported engine trouble. >> several officers went above and beyond the call of duty tonight.
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shore, come mandeered kayaks and searched for the victims in the water. an update on the deadly shooting spree in western michigan. this is new video of police searching for a 45-year-old jane dalton's home. he rando y shot people in kalamazoo county. a father and son killed at a car dealership and others at a cracker barrel restaurant. another woman shot outside her ap bartment is in the hospital. >> there is no connection between any of them. this all appears to be random. this is your worst case scenario that any community can have. >> police say they found weapons inside dalton's car when he was arrested he has no criminal history in michigan. this morning, we're learning more about the two officers injured in a shootout in brooklyn yesterday. >> we first brought you that shooting as breaking news here on saturday morning and stayed
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one of the officers, andrew kiw is out of the hospital and recovering o long island. >> police are investigating whether the officers may have been hit by friendly fire. >> and the suspect, he was also shot and is in critical condition, has a long rap sheet, dating back 20 years. >> it all started on quincy street and malcolm x boulevard and ended a block away on lexington avenue. michael george has the latest on the investigation. >> unit are resp lfng. officer down! [ inaudible ] >> officers raced to ohewscene to help two their own shot in the line of duty. >> we have a bus en route to the location. that's lewis and quincy for our officers down at the location. >> it all started around 3:30 in the mornina in bed-stuy. officers heard a gunshot and saw 34-year-old jamal funes point
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this was a chase and funes hit a marksd patrol car and then he fiamp ond multiple officers enfired back. >> next thing you know, they blocked off the road of quincy and right here on gates and the police came. >> cell phone video showssthe aftermath. officers andrew yurkiw and wiouiam reddin were hit. >> circumstances of the shooting, we'll attempt to identify. >> the officer washhit in the chest. but thankfully his protective vest saved his life. his father is a retired detective whose life was also saved by a protective vest 27 years ago. >> the irony of father son, a number of years apart, both saved by the bulletproof vests that we requiret personnel now wear. >> officer reddin was hit in the hip. he's recovering in e hospital. from his hospital bed, he told mayor de blasio he's proud of the work he's done as an officer.
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bed, obviously in some pain, but very proud of the fact that jusg the day before he got another gun off the street. >> now investigators are trying to find out the mo ive. they're looking intodo t possibility funes may have threatened an mta worker right befofe tir shootout, possibly targeting people in uniform. he's been arrested 19 times. 4 investigates learns he once went by the name frederick. he has ties to illinois, did time in sing sing and has arres rethis is north carolina. now, detectives are working to trace this magnum. 4 investigates learned it was sowhld in tennessee 20 years ago. >> funes is listed in critical condition. the two officers are stable. in bed-stuy, michael george, "today in new york." both those wounded officers live on long islandslnd neighbors we spoke to were in solute shock to hear what happened. but certainly relieved that they're going to be okay.
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especially they got kids and what not. >> very, very lucky and we wish the best for all of them. this should never happen again. >> officer reddin is a nine-year veteran of t hahe nypd and he's married with two children and another on the way. he lives in lynbrook. officer yurkiw has been with the lopd for three years. coincidentally, his fa lther is a retired detective whose life was also saved by a bulletproof vest some 27 years ago. steyawith news 4 for the latest velopmlets on this investigation. of course, you can get upd es any time on your website, nbcnew rkt om or on our mobile app which you can download free the apple app store. now decision 2016. after a big night in south carolina and nevada, donald trump and hillary clinton came out on top. another republican candidate bowed out of race. leith let's look at the numbers here. a commanding lead for donald trump in south carolina with 33%.
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points, marco rubio and ted cruz. pretty much in a near tie.t jeb bush camy in fourth and later announced he's suspending his campaign. in an hour, hillaoycclinton took home the win. t by much. bernie sanders not far behind at 47%. a lot of people saying he still has momentum. hillary clinton not wasting any time. fresh of her win in nevada, she jetted straight to houston for a fundraising event in texas, snsouthern university. these are pictures of that event where she was expected there last evening. steve handelsman with the highlight from columbia, south carolina. >> it's tgedsecond victory in a row for d ononald trump, his first in the south. >> when you win, it's beautifu we're going to tart winning for our country. let's go, let's have a big win in nevada. let's have a big win at the s.e.c. let's put this thing away. >> as they cast their ballots,
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to marco rubio powering the 44-year-old's comeback from fifth in new hampshire. >> tonight here in south carolina, the message is pretty clear. this country is now ready for a new generation of conservatives to guide us into the 21st century. >> ted cruz kept his spot in the top tier of three. >> we are the only campaign that has beaten and can beat donald trump. >> jeb bush finished far down in urth and quit the race with a parting shoc. >> we put forward wtailed, innovative conservative plans to address the mounting challenges that we face. because, despite what you might have heard, ideas matter, policy matters. >> in nevada, hillary clinton lost her once big lead in the polls but still won. >> i am so, so thrilled and so grateful to all of my supporters out there.
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never doubted each other. >> union leaders had pushed a big democratic caucus turnout which helped nullify bernie sanders' late surge. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, co tlumbia, south carolina. okay so here's a look at what's coming up ahead. the republican caucuses in nevada on tuesday. followed by the south carolina promimary next saturday. then on to super tuesday where voters in 13 states and the u.s. territory of american samoa head to the polls. stay with nbc news for everything decision 2016. our coverage of the primary and caucuses continues on nbcnewyork.com and you can find e final results on the nbc 4 new york app. still to come on this sunday morning on "today in new york," an i-team exclus ve. lawmakers promising action to fix an immigration loophole that the i-team exposed. we've had a beautiful weekend so far with above average temperatures. that's going to change later on today. there is some rain in the forecast. we'll time it out for you coming
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cadman plaza, taking aouook at the brooklyn bridge. a beautiful start to the day. we've lost a degree, but still 50 degrees on the 21st of bruary. when was the last time -- it is a treat. when was the last time we had thleis kind of warmth in february? >> february, it's been a while.
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's been the most wintry of our winter so far. >> last sunday we were breaking records. >> yeah. 49. 51 degreesewarmer. quite a difference a week makes. lots of sunshine out rere as well. we're going to be dealing with the above average temperatures. yesterday we saw temperatures rebounding into the 60s. so we're not going to see that today. we're going to be stuck with the 50s. i know. it's a little disappointing if you loved yesterday. still, not a lot to complain about. beautiful sunshine, a nice view of the world trade center. mostly sunny skies and 50 in central park. no layers needed for you. a touch cooler today. not as mild as yesterday. we're tracking some showers later on this afternoon ad tonight especially. we have cool and wet weatheraase we head back to work and school. you can see on storm tracker, live radar and satellite picture. nice and quiet. sunshine continues from areas west into places like the hudson valley. fairfield county. down the jersey shore. we are tracking our next system
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this is low pressure. moving through the midwest in tennessee and ohio valleys. it will track to our south later on odaynd tonight. it's going to be mostly a miss. rain will be moving from new york city and south and east w the next 12 to 18 hours or so. temperatures chilly west of town. it's 28 in califon. closer to town, temperatures are warmer. 45 in white plains and had 3 long branch. let's time out the next 24 hours for you. you can see on future tracker, around 12:00 today, sunshine continues. but it starts to fade away. the clouds will roll in, thicken and lower. by 4:00 this afternoon, showers aryoe already out there, especially if from the city west and south. 6:00, 7:00, it's dinnertime and you may want to have the umbrellas if you're heading out for dinner. new york city down the jersey shore. showers, seeing light rain around 6:00, 7:00 p.m. it should be dry north and west
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storm is located o of to the uth. around midnag t, more of the same. showers in and out of the tri-state. tomorrow morning for thet commute, it is dry. less of an impact for your mo bndam. inrfact, we're expecting loads of sunshine through the day tomorrow. until tuesday, that's our next storm moving in tuesday, late in the day. it may start out as a brief light wintry mix changing over to rain throughout the day on wednesday. 54 for a high. not too shabby at all. clouds increasing. forecastrcome, bit cooler. 46 for a high. chilly on tuesday. there's that rain on wednesday eninto thursday. temperatures stay well above freezing, though, in the 40s and 50s. you want to stay up to date with the upcoming storms with the "news 4 new york" app. tap the logo in the corner. you scroll down and select the weather tab. use our interactive radar and learn how to submit your own weather video. it's available in the app store right now. pat and gus, over to you. >> thank
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news 4's i-team has asked this question, are undocumented immigrantsmgainingnthe overburdened queens family court for shortcuts to citizensbep?e>> melissa russo's exclusive report is getting a strong response to that investigation. >> why did you come here? >> start good life, good future. >> this young man who we're calling john asked us not to identify him as he described for us his game plan to get a green card. and tonight, senator chuck schumer is among the federal officials furious at wha we found. >> senator, what was your reaction to our latest i-team report? >> outrage. isens proof positive. you have someone saying there was a bribe. >> john tells the i-team hl and his sisters paid tens of ousands of dollars to agents anind members of the sikh communities of queens as part of
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from punjab, india, across the mexican border and more to it a queens family courtroom so he could then rcquest special immigration papers. john says the pltn involved paying this older man $33,000 to come to court and petition to become john's legal guardian. >> he said that i needumoney and you need a pass. >> john's story seems to cop firm the suspicions of family court insiders who told the i-team more than a year ago about an influx of young punjabi men telling similar stories of abuse as others flock to the court to become their guardians.t'in some cases multiple tie s. the i-team asked, were the stories of abuse orue? were the guardians for hire? on after our first report, the u.s. department of homeland curity launched an investigation whic found
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senator schumer says it's not moving fast enough. >> i called dhs after i saw your report. they said there's a pending investigation. i onsaid, light a fire, baby. get this thing moving.. this i outrageous. >> outrageous, the senator says, that questionable req ests for special papers including john's continue to be approved in family court. >> investigated and shut it down. enough already. >> note the eye rop i in john's case. the i-team watched as his guardian said he wsl motivated by kindness to take joh into his home. when john told us his guaadiahen threw him into the street because he refused his demands for extra cash. >> that's why john decided to speak to the i-team because he was so upset about the way his guardian had treated him. but just a few weeks later, none of that came up in court where they testified only about their close relationship and the abuse john said he suffered by his
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don't know whether john's ory ot abuse is true. mehoanwhile, homeland security tells the i-team the agency is methodically following investigative leads on this. but that is all they're saying for now. melissa russo, "news 4 new york." if you have a story you'd like news 4's biggest i-team to check out, call the tip line at 866-news-244. a family pleading for help to find their beloved pet that's more than just a dog for one little boy. a news 4 exclusive after the break. in new york state, we believe tomorr
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back now with the store of a missing maltese. for one boy, he's a lifeline, more than a pet. >> he's taken on a therapy role helping that child. now estevan ishd. the family is hoping someone can help find him. our marc santia sat down with mother and son. >> a boy and a dog playing together. it might not seem like much to you. but for lauren, it was a miracle. >> it's just him not thinking abe.out it and playing and being like a regular little boy. e>> her 5-year-old son had his 20th surgery. little romano owe. >> was born with a rare tumor of the left chest wall. tumors grow into the bone. they're tumors that run havoc on
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>> he has titanium ribs and -- then charl wh came along. soon roman was doing things on the ground that his mom never agined. all because of charlie. >> rolling over, he's playing with the dog. he's crawling after him. >> in just months, with charlie's helps roman has made incr huible etrides. >> we play, we play. >> but now there's fear roman's progress will stop because charlie is gone. bl>> he's constant hi worried about him. >> i lovenc arlie b cause he loves me. >>ylauren's mom went out for dinner, left the door unlocked. when she came back the maltese was gone. charlie never ran away before. they wonder if someone stole the dog. roman just wonders if charlie is doing okay. i love him a lot. >> you love charlie a lot. >> yeah. i hope, i hope he doesn't get stuck in the woods. >> we just want the dog back to
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thank you for taking in the dog. thank you for keeping after him. but there's also a family ha wants him back, especially a litt e boy. >> please bring charlie back and i love him. >> in the willowbrook section of staten island, mchc santia, "news 4 new york." >> you hope someone sees that. does the right thing. >> bring charlie home. on coming up next at 7 clop :30. we're still enjoying sunshine and temperatures in the 50s. can you believe it? during fes uary. there is rain on the way. will it spoil your weekend plans. we'll look at your seven-day foesh coming up.
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live look at pat battle's favorite span in the tri-state area with all due respect to the others. the tappan zee and new tappan zee slowly but surely taking shape. we wake up in the entire tri-state area. 50 degrees out there. >> little aesthetic with the new bridge. >> undulating. >> yeah. >> that's the city. good to be with you this morning. i'm gus rosendale. >> i'm pat battle. let's get to raphael miranda with the weather forecast which sounds like another winner. >> pat, don't worry, we'll build you a new bridge and it will undulate all over the place.
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>> live rye dar and satellite picture. not much going on. sunshine around the tappan zee bridge. westchester county, fairfield county, mostly sunny skies. rain off to the west and south. it's moving in later on today. let's plan out your day here. no umbrellas needed. temperatures coasting in the low to mid-50s. then the clouds build. it's after lunch and brunch. say, 4:00, 5:00 p.m., that's when you want the umbrellas handy. new york city on south, could see a shower or two. temperatures stay mild. today's high 54 degrees. well above average. we should only be in the low 40s this time of year. yesterday we made it into the 60s. not quite that mild but very mild with a high of 54. we have several chances of rain the next few days. an unsettled week ahead. we'll look at the seven-day forecast and show you the stormy times in a few. pat and gus, over to you. >> thank you, raphael. happening now, coast guard crews looking through the waters of
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for a missing plane passenger. >> rescuers pulled three other passengers from the plane. ray villeda joining us with the latest. what are you hearing? >> reporter: good morning, gus and pat. the police and the marine bureau in suffolk county quick to respond to this plane crash. in fact, officers, when they arrived here at the marina, were able to jump into kayaks to get into the water to get to tou victims. the federal aviation administration said the plane had a forced landing last night. it was heading to macarthur airport when the pilot reported engine trouble. four men were on board, including the pilot. officers who responded hopped on kayaks left at the marina. a third man safely made it to shore and they saved two. >> those officers were able to rescue two of those victims, holding them afloat whil marine bureau arrived to the scene. those victims were brought on to the marine bureau boat safely
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to bring the third victim ss.ely to shore. >> reporter: the victims thate made it out of the water safely are at stony brook hospital being treated for severk hypothermia. the sdarchfeill.continue this morning for that missing man. as far as whe the plane came from, the police commissioner lieves it came out of connecticut. bu t an investigatiun is now under way by the faa and the national transportation safety board. we're live at port jefferson marina this morning, i'm ray villeda villeda, "today in new york." thank you, ray. thousands gathered in washington to celebrate the life of supreme court justice antonin scalia. funeral services took place yesterday. he was a devout catholic. he leaves behind his wife, 9 children and over 30 grandchildren. one of his sons delivered the mass.
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with so many siblings. >> he loved us and he gave us one e another. to have each other for support, that's the greatest wealth parents can bestow. right now, we're particularly grateful for it. >> scalik was 79 and he died unexpected on a hunting trip at a west texas ranch. he served on the supreme court almost three decades. thousands of people, including several asian american groups gathered to show support for an nypd officer, a former ficer conjucted for killing a man in brooklyn. supporters of former rookie ficer peter liangjrallied in cad map plaza park at the foot of the brooklyn bridge. his supporters believe him when he says that the 2014 shooting death of akai gurley was an accident.
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a scapegoat for the department. >> this was an accident. it was really an accident. unfortunately, the victim died. >> similar protests over the liang conviction were held across the country, including dallas, san francisco and in philadelphia. this morning, we're getting new i am annals mages of persons at a slashing at a greenwich village restaurant. they say he was begging for money. after being kicked out, they came up. the waiter needed 120 stitches to close the gash on his face. police looking for another slasher who struck at a food truck last sunday morning. surveillance video shows the man standing in line at the food truck at jerome avenue, east 174th street. another man tried to cut in line. police say the two got in an gument. the man in red, he slashed the victim in the head and ran away.
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since been released from the hospital. police are looking for a gunman who opened fire os aulil street in orange county hitting an 11-year-ksold girl. this happened as the girl was getting out of a taxi in newburgh. the man fired several shot, onei ruck the girl in hip. ofshe's expected to be okay. no one else was injured. the gunmag got away.ha if you have information, please give police a call. they'd like your help to find this missing boy. he has autism. he's only 8 years old. romeo richardson. he was separated from his family on the subway last night. he's from the bronx. police say he was with his brother, his sister and a cousin heading to coney island when apparently he made it on to the number 5 train and they did not. the doors closed behind him.hehis family members standing on the 108th ssoeet platfong. speaking ability. somewhere, please give crimestoppers a call. a family in new jersey now loveoking this morning fnr a new
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smashed into their home in hackett town. the 17-year-old driver swerved to avoid hitting two deer on lawrence drive. there was one person inside of the house at the time. nobody was hurt. but the house is damaged so bad, authorities are saying no one can live in it. apple supporters are planning to protest the fbi for obtaining that court order to force the company to unlock an iphone. that phone was used by the gunmen in the san bernardino california shootings in december. 14 people were killed. those protests will take place on tuesday outside apple stores in 30 cities includin g new york.hoapple is fighting that court order arguing that the move coul, be used to break into millions of other iphones. a s ory we've been updating all weekend and the latest here. at least six people died in a ferocious cyclone in fiji. hundreds of homes collapsed in the storm as winds reached up to 177 miles per hour. that makes it the strongest storm in the southern hemisphere on record.
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a curfew, though in effect until monday. i ople uering you to stay doors as authorities clear fallen trees, power lines and roads. and still ahead on this sunday morning, storm team 4 teorologist raphael miranda will be back. he's got a check of the day's forecast.
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7:38. why don't we check with craig and sheinelle see what's coming . >> coming up on a sunday morning here on "today," the latest on the campaign trail after ajor shakeups on both sides. how will donald trump and hillary clinton ride their momentum after big wins yesterday? what do bernie sanders, ted cruz and marco rubio have to do now to stay in the race? we're live with all of it. >> also ahead, there's nothing like seeing friends back together again, right? we've got a preview of that big reunion that everybody is thauking about this morning and we'll introduce you to the up and coming feshion designer with clients like beyonce, kim kardashian and j-lo. >> he's taking his mom's clothe she didn't want and taking them
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>> we'll talk about that, those storiee and much more when we get started on "today." he's a new yorker, right? long island city. >> queens. >> very good. see you in a little bit. appreciate it. all right. raphael, man of the hour. yesterday was lovely. thank yo very much. >> youwhi welcome. eaarts to go downhill towards the end of the day. t>> that's okay. >> get it in. the sunshine and warm temperatures. 50 degrees already outside. give us cloud cover. u can see it mixing with the blue skies. it's dry. no umbrellas needed until later on today. 50 degrees in central park. only in the low 40s this time of year. hof to a great start. let take a l k at the weather headlines. a touch cooler. not into the 60s like yesterday. stuck in the 50s throughout the day. tracking a few showers later on this afternoon and again overnight tonight. then we have a cool and wet workweek for the most part. unsettled weather is heading our
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here's a look at storm tracker and the sunshine continues areas uth and west of new york city through fairfield county, long island you're looking good. temperatures in the 40s for nassau county.ehere's the nupt storm moving across the ohio val y and tennessee valley later on today. it's going to track olf to the south of us. it's not going to be a direct hit. mainly from the city on south. the rain and i s not a whole flot st moisture with this storm anyway. th'senot a heavy frain maker. temperatures in suffolk county, very m d. 48 in wading rafer. 47go in cutchogue. we have sold me colder spots. 28 now in bridgewater. >> let's plan the rest of your day here. right now, mild. partly cloudy and 50. but as we plan the rest of your morning, it does stay dry. temperatures ay dip a little bit down into the 40s by 10:00.gethey're rebo ding. by 1:00 p.m., back into the
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that's where we stay through 4:00. clouds begin to filter outathat rip sunshine throughout the day. we a.e dealing with showers mainly after 5:00, 6:00, 7:00 p.m. future tracker, around noon today, still dry. ontch as the clouds push on in. by 3:00, 4:00 p.m., we see a few sprinkles to the south and we.oby 6:00, 7:00, it's dinnertime. umpobrella tiik, especially towards monmouth, ocean county. middlesex county and southern nassau county. you'll see those showers lingering into the overnight ound midnight tonight. still showers. but by moniay lorn.ng, this is 6:00 a.m., this is you commute. it's dry again. at is great news. we're dealing with lots ofs sunshine throughout the day on monday. then another storml i said it was an unsettled week ahead. this one arrives late in he day on tuesday. could start out as a wintry mix but changtyg over to rain. some rain may be heavy on your wednesday. for today, nothing heavy, no rain until the end of the day. 54 for a high. the clouds build. northwest wind pretty light.
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38 for a low overnight. few showers early on. tomorrow not bad. sunshine and 46 for your monday. cooler on tuesday. than yto really want the umbrellas ready on wednesday and thursday. showers and temperatures in the 40s and 50s. you want it stay up to date with the "news 4 new york" app. tap the news 4 logo in the corner. scroll down and select the weather tab. you can see the latest forecast. use the interactive radar. you may want to track the showers and submit your own weather video. pat and gus over to you. >> coming up on "today in new york," go skate. we're going to take you inside an initiative that helps youthful hockey players get on the ice. rangers legend adam graves is in
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the new york rangers are calling on all all kids to go skate in a partnership with chase bank. they kicked off the equipment drive across the tri-state area. rangers great, adam graves is here to talk about this. you're so klnd to see us every year. >> you're kind to have me on and talking hockey. doesn't get any better tn thi on a sunday. >> d so early. tell us a ut the drive. what are you looking for? ci treat for the kids. kids p3, 14 years old. starting today, finishing march 26th. collecting lightly used equipment. the team that collects the most equipment, there's a points
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trip, all expenses paid trip to sweden. it's not just a hockey trip. it's a cultural trip. th i 'll taketic the culture aoind in addition to that, they'll be playing and putting on clinics for kids. all expenses paid trip for a team. you have to work together as a team and you have until the 26th. there's four different rinks in the tri-state area. you have to just go on to new york rangyrs.com/assist and you can see where the equipmentraan be dropped. great opportunity. >> how did you make out last year? >> this is the first year. this is the first year? i thought you did it last year. >> chase is under obviously a huge sponsor and growing the game. the most difficult part of hockey sometimes is the cost of equipment. with our try hockey for free and skate program, the ifea is to put sstticks in kids' hands. it's great when you can get her kids to jump aboard and helping kids that might not be as lucky as them. this is great for kids.
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wept over to finland and sweden and russia to play hockey. they had the car washes to pay for this trip. this is going to be all expenses ee. it's going to be a trip that the kids will never eorget. at the same time, you'll be he alping other eids play the game that you love to play. >> who are the recipients? how do you determine who gets the equipment coll ted? >> with our try hockey for free, we have partner rinks throughout the tri-state area. our assist program, there's probably over 10,000 kids that are benefit from our go skate program. the whole idea, again, is to get the message out there with our partner rinks, there's different programs going on throughout the hockey season and again, when we talk about equipment, we're in norwalk a weee,ago weth the assiut programmfnd we had all the minoru'ockey league coaches and a few alumni playing the game and celebrating the game of hockey. at the same time, mark staal came up there and others to put on programs for the kids. word gets out there and
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program and everything we have, the sticks and the equfpment get into the hands of kids that wouldn't otherwise get the opportunity to play hockey. that's what it's all about. >> yeah. you have to have a feeder system. get kids loving the game. i enknow it dims get expensive as most ports do. let's talk about the rangers, the blue shirts. >> this is a team with a lo rof character. li "l every team, you go through adversity and havhng the captain out right now. rick nash. >> with that bone injury. this is a team that's a consummate team. it's about the sum of their parts and playing together as a team. they've played their best hockey over the last month in a t. certainly there's ebbs and flows the game. in december, it s a little bit of a tough month. t this is a group that is so thick and deep in character that they're getting bjtser and tter each night. certainly a big one tonight ag cainst detroit. thr best hockey is ahead of them? >> you think they'll make a deep n. >> i don't have to back it up.
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i'm not on the ice anymore. but i truly believe in their character and ability. si>> i hopg they collect a lot of eqnduipment for a lot of kids. > if you'd like to hear more about it, go to nbcnewyork.com. tune in and check it out. gus, b k to you. coming up when "today in new york" returns, we'll have smooth moves from hawaii's basketball team.
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the nets over the knicks and new arrival at mets camp. >> john chandler has that and more. >> new york might be the top market in the nba. but the knicks and the nets have interim coaches and losing records. brooklyn handled the knicks anot >>r n ss. carmelo anthony said they gave the me awa 'melo frustrated after that. ca iss it crunch time for the knicks. they responded last night in minnesota. third quarter. here's 'melo stroking the jumper off a lopez screen. then, the steal from 6'10", look at che big man running the floor. o'quinn wisely feeding anthony. a 20-point knicks lead. 'melo finished with 30. lopez added 26 and 16 reboundss and the knicks get kurt ram bus his first win as interim head coach. 103-95. they take down the timberwolves. >> the nets were off. the new gm got to work. now, to baseball.
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generated a lot of buzz. the 1, 2, 3 pup much in the bull pen has -- the pen has ime potential to be epic this year. there's the newcomer throwing his first bull pen session with the yankees. he topped 105 miles an hour with his fastball twice last year. andrew miller threw well in his session saturday as well. the yankees biggest concern is going to be consistently handing leads over to these guys. be tans in the seventh and then let the trio go to work. even cc sabathia's strong bull pen, a footnote with these guys around. thanks to all the talrkof -- >> cadman bumped miller down from closer to setup man after his season. >> i was surprised. i have no place to complain on this team. i was trying to do whatever it takes fad certainly never complain about their situation. if i were to speak up and step out of line or something like that, i would look silly. >> it's exactly what you would think. we've all seen it on tv. today was nice and easy.
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it gets on you real quick. >> the question is, how lowg will they have chapman at the start of the season? he's potentially facing discipline for domestic violence sipotuation right 'ow. the mets cespedes expected tos uprrive to camn three days early. most of the position players are earl d al wready in prt st. "ucie where pitchers and catchers were bac at it yesterday. yes, the grind begins. but in all their early work, th're oking ahead to october. manager terry collins says the team will be careful starting pitchers in the first six weeks of the season. what does that mean? you could be seeing pitch counts limiting how deep some of them go in games. on the ice, rangers and islanders had saturday off. rangers don't expect ryan pe mcdonough to skate against the red wings tonight. in good news, he doesn't have a concussion from the elbow to the head suffered against toronto. devils in d.c., oued at 3 in the third. taking on the capitals. under 4:00 left and washington
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one-timer. >>cond goal of the season and lifts the ca to a win. d. the first team to 90 points in the nhl. devi, led the game three times. but instead,t is opportunity mi dssed. college hoops, rutgers falls to penn state. the scarlet knights lost 29 straight. big ten conference games today at noon. st. john's hosting seton hall at the garden. have a great rest of your sund fr everyone. for "today in new york," i'm john chandler. little bit more sports. a spectacular high flying dunk college basketball last night. this is hawaii's roderick bobbitt. soaring over uc irvine defenders. slamming it home. that was freshman jonathan galloway on the receiving end of that monster dunk. it's something else. he's doing okay this morning. coming up next at 8:00y we'll have a check of your forecast and our top stories. >> reporter: a man is missing after a plane crash near long island.
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jefferson marina with the latest on the search efforts after the
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happening now, rescue crews search for a passenger missing after a small plane goes down in a long island waterway. also happening now, the latest from michigan where investigators believe a gunman shot and killed six people at random. decision 2016.
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victories as the field narrows by one. good morning, welcome to "today in new york." i'm pat battle. i'm gus rosendale. the big story is the weather. over 60 degrees yesterday. raphael miranda has more. >> no sign of february out there this morning. temperatures in the low 50s this morning. we're not going to see 60s today. that's okay with the 50s. you can see on storm tracker 4 radar, clouds starting to filter the sunshine. it will be dry most of the day. not until the end, though. i'll explain in a minute. 51 in central park. 48 in mill basin. 50 degrees in middle village. jfk 45 degrees. have cooler spots north and west of town. morristown and bridgewater in the 30s. you're going to rapidly climb back into the low 50s by the afternoon. now we do have some rain to deal with later on today. not until well aft'r dasunshinea yoetu can see it in the day
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into the mid-50s but lunchtimement the clouds lower and thicken. by 5:00, 6:00 p.m., will be a couple of showers out there. especially south towards the jersey shore. we'll talk about more significant rain on the way later on this week. coming up in the storm team 4 seven-day forecast. in a few. thanks, raphael. search for a missing passeng a plane crash in long island. >> three other people pulled from the water at port jefferson. ray villeda joins us with the latest. ray? >> pat and gus, good morning. that search is under way. a chopper is up above the water as authorities search for that missing man after last night's plane crash. in fact, police in the marine bureau out here quick to respond. officers each jumped into kayaks to get to the victims in the water. early this morning, search teams were already out on the water searching. ev ien after i saw you at 7:30.
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into a boat. ey're using sonar to try to find the missing man. e federal aviation >>mini ration says the plane had a forced landing around 11:00.n.the piper a 28 w's heading to macarthur airport when the pilot reported officersiwho responded hopped on kayaks from the marina. they were able to rescue two. a third man safely made it to shore. >> at stony brook, they're suffering from nonlife-threatening injuries. we're hopeful that they'll be ay. but this is a situation where, if they would havecremained in at water a moment longer, they may have perished. because of the worg of the officers and the fire departments that responded to this scene, those victims are alive. >> we're told those victims suffered from severe hypothermia. they were taken to stony brook hospital. the plane is believed to have come from connecticut.
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are out there on the water right now. we're live at port jefferson marina this morning. i'm ray vilreda,s.today in new york." ray, thank you. hboe new infoze,tion on the ooting spree in western michigan. it app rs the victims were chosen at random. police are trying to answer the question the obvious will question, why? within the last hour, we've learned that a 14-year-old girl who was shot is alive. though she's seriously injured. there were reports that she had succumbed to her injuries. police say that jason dalton killed six peoete at a cracker barrel restaurant parking lot and three others were hurt. >> this was done intentionally. how do you go and tell the families of these victims that they weren't targeted for any reason other than they were there to be a target. >> this morning, police search the suspect's home. they did find a weapon insided his car. ficials don't believe this s
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this morning, police are investigating thntwo officers wounded in yesterday's shootout. trying to fin out if they were hit by friendly fire. poline say it began when the suspect, jamal funes fired at a shot an mta worker in his uniform. he pointed the weapon at housing officers. when police responded, he led them on aewhlke, crashed intota patrol car and started shooting. >> next thing you know, they block off the road of quincy and right here on gates and the police came. >> officers andrew yurkiw and william reddin were hit but expected to recol r. the bulletproof vests likely saved their lives. the suspect critically wounded. funes has a long criminal history dating back 20 years. woet officers who were wongunded in the shootout live on ng island. e neighbors were stunned hear what hap u'd. bu'st obviously relieved that the
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>> it hurts when you hear approximate it. es cially they got kid and what not. >> very, very lucky and we wish theoi best for all of them. this should never happen again. >> officer reddin is a fine-year veteran, married with two children, another on the way. he lives io lynbrook. officer yurkiw, his father is a retired veteran with the department. stay with the latest developments into the shooting. you can get updates at nbcnewyork.com or on our mobile app. now to decision 2016. after a big night in south carolina and nevada, donald trump and hillary clinton are on top this morning. another republican candidate bowed out of the race. let's go to the latest numbers. a commanding lead for donald trump in south carolina with 33%. trailing by more than ten
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ee singes sengsly a near tie.me23 and 22%. jeb bush later suspended his mpaign. now to nevada. hillary clinton tomb homeldhe win but not by a lot. llary clinton at da%. bernie sanderst t 47%. fresh ofmeher win in nevada, she jetted to houston for a fundraising event at texas southern university. here are highlights. it was the second straight victory for gop front-runner donald trump. his first in the south. marco rubio rebounded from the dismal fifth place finish in new hampshire. he saidiit put him one step oser to being the 45th president of the you u.s. ted cruz kept his spot in the top tier of three. >> we are the only campaign that ha fs beaten and can beat donald trump. >> the essage is pretty clear. this country is now ready for a znew generation of conservatives to guide us into the 21st century.
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lost her once big lead in the .polls. but still pulleditt off. union leaders have pushed a big de cmocratic caucus turnout which helped clinton shake off a late bernz surge. here's what lies ahead. the republican caucuseswis nevada are tuesday. foelowed by thetdemocratic south carolina primary nex saturday. then it is on to super tuesday where voters in 13 states and the u.s. territory of a ismerican samoa heads to the polls. stay with nbc news for everything decision 2016. our coverage of the primary and caucuses continues on nbcnewyork.com. you abn also find the final results on the nbc 4 new york app. thousands of people, including several asian american groups gathered to show support for an nypd officer convicted for killing a man in brooklyn. >> this was an accident. it was really an accident. it's just unfortunately the victim died.
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liang rallied in cadman plaza park at foot of the brddge. they were met by blackives matter groups who rallied. >> they say he's being used as a skaep goat for the department, e supporters do. similar protests over the liang conviction were held in philadelphia, in dallas and in san francisco as well. apple supporters are planning to protest the fbi for object taping a court order to force the company to unlock an iphone. this was used by the gunmen in the deadly shootings in san bernardino in december. the protests will take place on tuesday, including here in ne rk. apple is fighting that court order. arguing that thn move could be used to break into milli ms of other iphones. thousands of people gathered in washington to celebrate the
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antonin scalia. mush push the services took place yesterday at the basilica of the national shrine of the immaculate conception, the o largest roman catnolic church. he was a devout catholic. he left behind a wife, nine children and 36 grandchildren. one of his sons, the reverd d paul scalia delivered the mass. he joked about how scalia often forgot the names of his kids but thanked him with so many siblings. >> hw loved us and gave "hs one another. to have each other for support, that's the greatest wealt parentsan bestow. and :ight now we are rticularly gratelul for it. >>l79 ea'-old scalia died unexpectedly last week owned on a hunting trip at a west texas ranch. served on the supreme court r almost three decades. novel he't harper lee was .laid to rest an her alabama ro metoennghis weekend. her funeral was as private as her life. with only about three dozen family members and friends
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lee was awarded the presidential medal of freedom and received th topultser prize for her book, to kill a mockingbird. she died friday night. she was 89 years old. after the break on "today in new york," an update from fiji where a powerful cyclone ripped through that region. the stars of the silver screen light up the great white way. we'll have a preview of some of the big games coming to shows this spring. and temperatures in the 50s again on this sunday morning. so how long will tdis mild weather last? we a'll take a look at your storm
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sunshine continuing through this weekend. we're up a degree at 51. in just a moment, rave will tell us how warm it will get today. we're using that adjective on the 21st of february. ght now a serious story. at least six people died in a ferocious cyclone in fiji. hundreds of homes collapsed in the storm and winds, try to wrap your mind around this. winds in faji r, ching up to 177 miles per ho . 177. that makes it the strongest storm in the southern hemisphere on record. the weather is calmer today but a curfew in effect until mop. authorities there urging people to remain indoors as they clear the falling trees, the power lines. deal with the roads that have
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handle on exactly what they're edealing with there. >> as promised, raphael is here with a look at our own forecast, which is very th pleasisant for today. not as warm as yesterday. >> not quite. still nice. >> still very ice. 350s you canro complain in -- 50s, you can't complain in february. starting out in the low 50s. yesterday we saw 60s. not going to see those today. we are going to see rain bys,he end of the day.cibut certaind not now. look at that beautiful blue sky and temperatures are nice and mild. 51 degrees. we have partly to mostly sunny ty. it's a great morning to getter rands done around town. you can see in the headlines, little cooler today. just a touch. we're tracking some yoin and showers later on this afternoon and tonight. then we have a cool and unsettled pattern developing over the next few days. definitely want to enjoy this warm weather on sunday. you can see on storm tracker, it's quiet this morning. clouds sta ing to roll in ahead ofat the next rainazker.
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the tennessee and eventually the ohio valleys. this is going to track off to tho e , anh of us. it's going to stay far enough to the south that we don't see major impacts here. the heaviest rain from this one, probably monmouth and ocean counties, down the jersey shore. temperatures in westchester county in the mid-40s. . 44 in millwood. 45 degrees in tarrytown. colder spots to the west. but nothing too bad. it is february after all. 33 in sussex. long island, 47 in westhampton. 51we already in islip. let's plan the rest of your day here. right now, 51 degrees. partly cloudy. asgo you head through the rest of your day, temperatures near 50. by the middle of the morning. then we jump back into the mid-50s by 1:00. th >>at's also when the clouds start to filter that sunshine. don't expect a lot of blue skies this afternoon. then the showers roll in after 4:00 or 5:00 p.m. around 6:00 7:00. around your town.
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you if you'll be traveling. on future tracker, 12:00 today, keeping it nice and dry. clouds roll in. the rain from -- jersey shore, bury park, ocean grove you'll see the showers around 6:00, 7:00 p.m. mainly light. not a lot of heavy rain. you can see midnight, light showers continue. jumping ahead to tomorrow morning for your commute, school and work, it looks fine. no rain or snow. just sunshine and keeping it dry thout the day o monday. little cooler tomorrow. you can see in the seven-day forecast, 46 for tomorrow. loads of sunshine to enjoy. tuesday, it's cool and we're going to watch the clouds build throughout the day. the next storm tuesday night into dnesday. may start out as a bit of a wintry mix changing over to rain and that rain could be heavy at times late wednesday into thursday. and thursday a few showers linger with temperatures in the 50s. you want to stay up to date with
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tap the news logo in the corner. you can see the latest forecast, use our interactive radar and learn how o submit your very owown weather videna it's available in the app store right now. gus, over to you. thank you very much. celebrities who we know best from tv and film have been taking to the -- >> we're going to talk about t sthoes and celebrities btarring in them. steve, good to see you. happy new year. good to see you, gus. >> jeff daniels and michelle williams. >> i tell them don't see a show because the star i is in it. they count thenter as something ey do within their career. ro 's an awesome night out. jeff daniels, michelle williams, we know them from firefighter tv pd and film. this is the story of a man who runs into a woman at work. he molested her 15 years earlier when she was a teenager. it's about that power shift of
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she's older, different time and place. it's all about that struggle and power when she sort of interrogates him about what had happened 15 years earlier. >> a very intense. >> and chilling, for sure. >> actor got a lot of attention in 12 years a slave. >> lupita nyong'o, this was a hit at the public. it's a story about women in liberia being held captive there. it's a story about courage and survival and hope about living u in a post colonial africa. that was actually written by da nigh dperer a who plays mi shown one the walking dead. >> this is where the public has funnneled more and more shows to the great white way. if you want to see the next big hit, check it out. >> you know, she's gotten so much attention from american horror story, a whole new generation discovering her. jevessica lange.
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>> and eugene o'neal. >> sort of the original dysfunctional american family. it's all about sort of a family that tries to come together. but that dysfunction sort of eates a cycle of conflict. they can never really resolve that. it's the famous story of the tyrone family that we came to know them in another. she's joined by several others. this is a big part of the roundabouts 50th anniversary season. forest whitaker. a favorite. we've had him on theyprogram. >> we know because he won the oscar for last king of scotland. he was in the crying game. he's in hugh i. another o'neal drama. it's a major mdnologue if you will. even though he's there with a bellhop at a hotel. 's about a small time gangster and how his life evolved when the prior bellhop passed away and everything sort of -- events that tumble down from there and conveying his story through a
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>> this was mandatory high school reading, the creiible. it's interesting how they bring it and back a new twist. >> a name i challenge anyone to say it fast. she's up for the oscar for brooklyn. she's coming to stage in the crucible. some people love it or hate it. it's a personal favorite of mine. it's the story of the salem witch trials but an allegory for the era when we were challenging americans and saying people were communists and what it's hike to label americans so fervently of things that are false and ak savings that are false. love it or hate it, it's being directed by someone who directed a view from a bridge, which is an incredible revival of another arthur miller work. >> it's always interesting. the work was written in the '40s
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they're so relevant to today. >> receive steve, thank you very much. appreciate it always. what do you recommend the most? >> the crucible. hands down the crucible. >> comindrup after the break, pat has a preview of what's still coming up. remember barneys in chelsea? it's back and ready for business. we're going to go inside that iconic store when we come back. you're watching "today in new york."
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roots. >> eve and crawford gordon remember the old downtown barneys and they made a point t visit the new one that just opened this week. >> it was 30 years ago. 31 years a a. >> the new store at 16th street and 7th avenue occupies some of the space the original store did when it opened in the 1920s. eventually becoming one of the city's leading retailers. the store thrived over the decades because of its threads and pulse, stretching into the disco days of the '70s and beyond. for these students, it's a legacy in fashion. >> i'm excited. my professor told us to come check it out. >> the original downtown barneys closed after the flagship opened on madison and 60th. downtown was not the place to be. how that has changed. >> it may be the old block but certainly not the old neighborhood. construction boom has been going on here since the '90s. new homes and businesses. in the meat packing district nearby the store, used to be old and industrialized is now home
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>> we felt it was a good business opportunity to return to chelsea. it's a central location for the downtown clients. we were thrilled to be back. >> while it may be sparkling and brand new, some traditions abound. >> i pay the balance, she does the shopping. >> back downtown where it all began. >> i'll seeou at the sale, maybe. we're coming right back with your seven-day forecast.
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a baby girl in argentina startled her family when she came into the world. >> that's because that bundle of joy tipped the scale at 14, count 'em, pounds. baby olivia was born via c section thank goodness. she bought clothes for the pab i but will be returning them. she was really big. this is the mom's quote. she's under observation but little olivia there is healthy. she looks hungry in that ct be, though. >> and speaking of babies, tiger cub, newest member in indonesian zoo. weighs five pounds. quite a bit less than olivia. less than a week old. they want to increase the population of this endangered species. there are less than 400 in
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beautiful animal. >> makes three olivias. >> yeah. >> there you go. >> doing the math. let's do the weather math now. 51 degrees. where are we going? >> back to the mid-50s. it's very mild and doesn't feel like april february morning at all. it's sunny and a beautiful day so far to start. the clouds will roll in later on today. temperatures back to the mid-50s. not as mild as yesterday. still well above average. we're tracking showers after 4:00, 5:00. especially from new york city south. if you have dinner plans or late afternoon brunch plans, you do want to have the umbrellas to be on the safe side. it's light rain, but more of a nuisance than anything. we're dry by tomorrow morning. monday morning will be fine. 46 degrees. cooler tomorrow and cooler on tuesday. chilly there. watching our next storm roll in tuesday night into wednesday. if it arrives earlier on tuesday, it could start out as a wintry mix. otherwise, looks like plain old rain for wednesday. heavy at times and showers
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it's going to be an unsettled week ahead, especially towards the middle of the week there. hopefully drying out by friday. temperatures back down to the 40s next weekend. it looks like a little more realistic temperatures as we head into next weekend. >> we'll take the unreal today. thanks, raphael. >> see you back here at 10:00 a.m. please sit tight for open house nyc followed by "weekend today" with craig and sheinelle. see you at 10:00. on a trip around the world to showcase amazing architecture and design. we visit the historic estate in scotland with ties to a literary legend. you may well know him for fantastic historical novels such as "ivanhoe," "rob roy," or possibly even the words to "hail to ose ehief." sara gore: and we meet ut with the man behind the mega-mansions mansions of los acgeles, richard landry. when it came time to do my house at the beach, i wanted the ocean to be the star.

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